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, they are unmedicated and unsupervised. dozens of mentally ill patients are being dropped off. it's claimed that nevada's mental hospital put the patients on a bus and sent them out of town. 1/3 of them ended up here. we have more about the city attorney taking action. >> reporter: the city attorney said that some of those patients arrived here in downtown san francisco wheith nowhere to go d no 1 to help them, and chances are they ended up on the streets, and homeless. the dining room at the shelter is long. he calls this shelter home until he gets back on his feet. >> the state of nevada may be taking advantage of the services too. >> this type of conduct is deplorable. >> there's an investigation into alleged patient dumping by rawson-neal hospital. over the past five years, they have discharged hundreds of mentally ill patients and put them on buses to cities across the country. 36 arrived in san francisco. >> taking advantage of our most vulnerable and putting them on a bus on a one-way ticket with no support. >> they have located two patients that arrived on a bus from nevada and it's likely that
nevada with one way tickets to california and no housing arrangements. sounds crazy, but that's what nevada hospital is accused of doing. kpix5's linda yee with the formal investigation underway. >> reporter: the attorney ordered that investigation because he believes that at least 36 of those patients ended up here, dumped right in san francisco with no one waiting to pick them up. >> it was a disturbing discovery. 1500 poor, mentally ill patients from nevada getting one-way greyhound bus tickets and being dumped in other states. a sacramento bee investigation revealed the patients were coming from the state run psychiatric hospital in las vegas. san francisco city attorney is launching an investigation. >> it's reprehensible and illegal and there are medicare and medicaid indivisible are implicated. there are treatment indivisible healthcare providers are required to adhere to. >> herrera sent a three-page letter to nevada's governor and the head of the health and human services department demanding answers and record of patient transfers. the bee reported in one case, 48-year-
patient dumping by nevada into california and other states. what do you hope to get out of the investigation? >> i think everybody can agree if you are an elected official that the conduct we read about with the nevada-based hospital is deployable. i'm expecting within the next week or so they will respond to my first round of public records request and we will get documents and see how many patients were put on a one-way ticket on a greyhound bus here to san francisco. if i determine there were taxpayer dollars, we will seek retribution from nevada. >> they announced the change this week. they will have chaperons on the buses. they will not be on their own. is that an admission of guilt? >> i think what you have seen from thents coming from nevada from the governor. he admits this was occurring and we will get to the bottom of it. >> city attorney dennis herrera, thanks. >> thank you, scott. >> this update. earlier today, authorities threatens to terminate the provider of the hospital in question in nevada. that is all for us tonight. thank you for being here. you can g
. >>> kpix 5 news is sponsored by acura. >>> nevada has been putting psychiatric patients on und buses, giving them one-way buof the state. and guess where many have ended up? kpix 5's linda yee is at the greyhound station in the city to tell us. >> reporter: well, juliette, the city attorney has ordered an investigation now, because he just found out that at least 36 of those mentally ill patients were dumped right here, and in some of those cases, no one was waiting for them. it was a disturbing discovery. 1500 poor mentally ill patients from nevada getting one-way greyhound bus tickets and being dumped in other states. a sacramento bee investigation revealed the patients were coming from the rawson-neal psychiatric hospital in las vegas. >> patient dumping in itself is reprehensible and it's illegal and there are medicare and medicaid laws that are implicated. there are treatment laws that health care providers are required to adhere to. >> reporter: herrera sent a three-page letter to nevada's governor and the head of the health and human serv
the mountain passes. in areas in nevada, arizona and new mexico. the storm itself is not bringing a lot of rain or snow right now to areas of california and nevada. some of the higher elevations in the mountains. but the temperatures behind this storm are chilly. we're down into the 30s in boise. medford down into the 30s. and those winds are howling through las vegas. and eventually down through arizona. look at this map. it shows you in blue the darker blue is the advisories. the light blue is the wind warning. we either have wind warnings or advisories for about two-thirds of areas of the west including warnings around the vegas area. so just be careful out there driving, especially through the mountain passes or open, exposed areas. a lot of blowing stuff in the desert areas. and then the snowfall forecast, just a little left in there. northern nevada, also the wasatch range of the mountains of utah and then a full-fledged snowstorm for utah out for areas from wyoming through colorado tonight. so the forecast for today, the storm moves through. it's windy. not a lot of rain out there. a cha
and that little system if you are heading up to the sierra nevada it will be a quick mover and be out of here in a couple of hours. 50s and 60s, one system clips us right there and a westerly breeze or wind, much cooler by the coast and in fact that 20 degrees drop, finance oz and 60s, we will be on a holding pattern and it is very similar to what we had last monday. >>> aa man has an encounter with an animal and facebook is making sure facebook is more accessible. . >>> check it out, it was a tiger shark, this was a rare thing caught on camera, marine biologists said the 10-foot shark likely sensed the fish and made a "b" line for the kaiak. it is unusual to catch that on camera and ice zack said -- eye zack said he is happy he lived to tell the tale. >>> a family is taking up an area along this area and it's heavily used by beavers and cyclists. it is the first time in more than 38 years that a beaver moved in to this family and it includes a female beaver pregnant with two pups. >>> and the video was taken at an outlet, and you can see two gentleman walking to the store, one man goes behin
to the sierra nevada it will be a quick mover and be out of here in a couple of hours. 50s and 60s, one system clips us right there and a westerly breeze or wind, much cooler by the coast and in fact that 20 degrees drop, finance oz and 60s, we will be on a holding pattern and it is very similar to what we had last monday. >>> aa man has an encounter with an animal and facebook is making sure facebook is more accessible. . >>> check it out, it was a tiger shark, this was a rare thing caught on camera, marine biologists said the 10-foot shark likely sensed the fish and made a "b" line for the kaiak. it is unusual to catch that on camera and ice zack said -- eye zack said he is happy he lived to tell the tale. >>> a family is taking up an area along this area and it's heavily used by beavers and cyclists. it is the first time in more than 38 years that a beaver moved in to this family and it includes a female beaver pregnant with two pups. >>> and the video was taken at an outlet, and you can see two gentleman walking to the store, one man goes behind
down into northern california. as the low moves into sierra nevada, high pressure will tighten the surface gradient and allows for all that wind. here is what you can expect in the overnight hours. a little precip around san jose and mountains. the clouds get scoured out by those strong winds. lots of sunshine but snow in the sierra nevada, that is ground is too warm to keep the snow pack. we will be looking at winds upwards of 30-40 miles an hour and right through the afternoon, 30 mile-an-hour winds at oakland san jose and look at the coast. 45 and maybe upwards of 50 mile-an-hour winds. we saw a peak gust at 52 at ocean beach. temperatures taking a big hit tomorrow, 65 in santa cruz and low 60s in oakland. upper 50s clearlake. headed to oakland, chilly, clear and breezy. upper 50s for the a's and a little warmer on tuesday but a frosty start. we could see widespread frost and still areas of breezy conditions but warmer weather. in fact 80s return inland and 60s at our coast. looking at above average. >> i think we're already looking forward to the next weekend. sports, wow,
. >>> historic hand of poker was dealt in nevada, ultimate poker, first real money internet gambling game launched. chairman and cofounder of ultimate gaming, maker of the game joins us live. we're heading back to liz claman still live at the milken global conference. what is coming up, liz? >> dave, coming up next, one of the voices over the past hurt years in the markets. it is abby joseph cohen of goldman sachs. boy, does she still believe in this rally but a little less so because of some important today, -- dark clouds she season the horizon. hear what else she has to say about the overall picture. we're live from the milken institute global conference here in beverly hills, california. ♪ we went out and asked people a simple question: how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you
of southern nevada can probably claim that what are you so 75 gallons per person per day in the driest city of the united states. next we immediately began to build a new intake deeper into lake mead at a cost of almost a billion dollars paid for entirely by our customers. finally, developing a water supply hydrological independent of the colorado river. sharing a resource with the country of mexico, the impacts are being felt by all of us. for all of us, they need to cooperate has never been greater. therefore the importance of the agreement signed by the states in 2007 at minute three and 18 that make reference signs of mexico november cannot be ignored. seven states and one for a country have agreed to set aside their differences and cooperatively work to protect all the users of the river and the environment as well. further regional wholesalers in the lower basin, in many metropolitan southern california are essential or is water conservation district are banking water together and funding projects to extend the resources of the fragile river. today, lake mead to 10 feet higher than it
their couches, that is is you live in nevada. two years ago january gamblers logged in so see that the feds shut down sites. online gaming has been strictly illegal ever sense. but as more struggling states look to rake in cash, nevada could be but the start of a surge in states to allow online gaming. trace gallagher is live. looks leak the feds will be watching this very closely. >> and a lot of other states who are also watching this closely. this ultimate poker site has to follow every letter of the law. in other words, the games are fair, the money is safe, players are all at least 21 years old and all live in the state of nevada, which means players have to submit their social security numbers and nevada addresses. now, if the poke site does gain the trust of regulatears and politicians you can expect rapid expansion. two dozen other sites are set to go live, and when the feds shut down the site, the popularity didn't go done, just went elsewhere. >> what happened is since there were really no more entities profiting off of the u.s. player pool, a lot of the tv shows and stuff kind of disa
citizens issues in minnesota or veterans issues in connecticut, job training programs in nevada, vegas pbs is the largest job trainer in the entire state of nevada nature contract with the hospitality industry out there, and so these kinds of services will be curtailed by the sequester. we hope that things will get back to normal a bit once the sequester is completed, but this will hurt, and the quantity of our service will be deem minimum issued. we don't think the quality will but we won't be able to produce as much in programming and community service in this condition as we otherwise would be able to do. >> how well would you say that public broadcasting is doing to keep up with how viewers access content on digital products? >> guest: well, we have a good success story here. pbs.org is the most heavily trafficked internet site on the nonprofit side. it's the biggest.org" --".org"" in the country, and when pbs contracts for programming it contracts for use across 16 platforms. 16 internet and other kinds of distribution platforms, and so we're mobile, we're on the internet, we're on te
. an investigation by the sacramento bee found nevada's main psychiatric hospital sent nearly 1500 patients to other states in the past five years. though they zrnt a connection to the areas. >> 700 came to california. 36 to san francisco with a one way ticket and no means of support. >> herera asking for answers from hef nef's governor on the director of nevada health and human services. herera says san francisco will ask for compensation from nevada if it finds proof of the patient dumping and investigators cleared a wild animal park near fresno today of any wrong doing following an intern's death. a lion mauled a 24-year-old to death last month. a probe found project survival's cat haven did not violate any animal welfare cat policies. the lion attacked while she was cleaning the pen. the big cat attacked hanson after going through a door that had been left unlocked. a sheriff shot and killed the lion. >> public nudity ban is getting a trial before a judge. three nudists trying to get charges against them dismissed. carolyn? >> well, dan, it's another legal loss. the nudists had been claiming the
or christian? >> california would no longer get psychiatric patients without escorts from neighboring nevada, any mentally ill patient discharged from nevada state facilities is accompanied by a chaperone, family member, legal guardian or state employee after a federal probe into one nevada state psychiatric hospital buying gray hour tickets for discharged patients many ended up in san francisco or los angeles. >> four national park sites are facing budget cuts because of the federal sequestration. according to our media partner, the "contra costa times", the following parks are open fewer day, eugene o'neal national historic site and john muir in martinez and the world war ii home front national memorial park in richmond and the port chicago naval magazine national memorial in concord. the parks also will not hire seasonal help during the summer months. >> new york city officially canceled the fleet week festivity and san francisco may not be far behind after the navy said they would not send ships to the may event because of sequester cuts. san francisco's event lost the blue angels and th
the state of nevada will face sanctions over an illegal practice that has ties to san francisco. and finally, another turn in the investigation involving the president and a toxin called ricin. the story is up next. take a look at this. beverly hills police released this new video. hoping it would help catch the driver of the b-m-w who was inolved in a road rage incident. that driver - ran into a bicyclist. let's take a look from another surveillance camera. police say this followed an argument where the bicyclist had punched the driver in the face. then the driver threatened to kill the biker.following him into an alley with the car. police say the biker suffered only minor injuries. in this video. the suspect is still on the loose. this video went viral just this week, after being made public. investigators are hoping the videos will lead to an arrest. a fiery race crash caught on camera. after the stock car flipped several times, the car burst into flames trapping an unconcious race-car driver inside. it happened at the speedway in boone, iowa. thankfully the driver survived the crash aft
. >> this is the nevada spca. it's a no-kill animal sanctuary. it is the only animal sanctuary in southern nevada that takes in all animals, so we've brought in dogs, cats, ferrets, guinea pigs, alpacas, bunnies hamsters. if you can think of it, we've probably brought it into the doors here. whatever comes into this building, it is safe. and in southern nevada this is the only place that they can go to that's safe. the quantity of animals we bring in, and the wide variety of animals, this really is the only place for them, or they would end up at the government kill shelters. we have 1,500 animals in the building. we've got various areas that we house them in. the dogs are in their dog runs. they have indoor and outdoor areas so that they can get sun during the day, if they want, and shade during the nighttime. this little guy just turned 4 weeks old. i woke him up from his nap. he came to us when he was a week old, him and his 3 other siblings. their mom, after she gave birth to them--after they were about a week old, it was discovered that she had some type of
nevada locations hardly any at all. there goes our system. it will be into colorado probably by noon. high pressure says i just don't -- i don't like it. it's called a tight pressure gradient. 40s on the temperatures. it will be clearing and cold. there's enough of a breeze holding the temperatures up. northwest, the direction is coming from. tonight it will turn northerly and decrease by sunset. 36 in reno. 38 in u eureka -- eureka. the rain's cloud, the cloud's out, high pressure is building in. today is the tweener day or the transition day. it's a windy day for most. chilly to mild, the temperatures, -- 10-degree spread on one location or two. it's kind of like a tossup -- it was really tricky to forecast today. tomorrow will be easy. after a cold morning, it will be sunny and warmer. we'll continue that on wednesday. cooler by the latter part of the week. >>> the ski resorts in the tahoe area, they are very excited this morning. they got snow overnight. brian hickey, you are out there in blue canyon. i saw you out there and i know some of
. lesser amounts in the inland areas. in facts the sierra nevada locations hardly any at all. there goes our system. it will be into colorado probably by noon. high pressure says i just don't -- i don't like it. it's called a tight pressure gradient. 40s on the temperatures. it will be clearing and cold. there's enough of a breeze holding the temperatures up. northwest, the direction is coming from. tonight it will turn northerly and decrease by sunset. 36 in reno. 38 in u eureka -- eureka. the rain's cloud, the cloud's out, high pressure is building in. today is the tweener day or the transition day. it's a windy day for most. chilly to mild, the temperatures, -- 10-degree spread on one location or two. it's kind of like a tossup -- it was really tricky to forecast today. tomorrow will be easy. after a cold morning, it will be sunny and warmer. we'll continue that on wednesday. cooler by the latter part of the week. >>> the ski resorts in the tahoe area, they are very excited this morning. they got snow overnight. brian hickey, you are out there in blue canyon. i saw you out there and i
folks. kind of slick in the sierra nevada. overnight tonight, a little cooler, mid to upper 40s, 47 in san jose. mid 40s up to the north and sonoma county. there is the low. it's going to slide into the sierra, nevada. upper level trough, we are on the breezy conditions and as the low slides to the east it's the high that builds in. that is going to create a tight pressure gradient and gusty winds. 10:00, noticed the rains mainly up in the north bay. midnight going to the south bay and advancing through the santa cruz mountains. then by the wee hours of the morning, it's out of here and look for clear conditions. it will be quite windy out there. temperatures tomorrow, pretty similar but gusty winds, 68 in concord. upper 60s in san jose. 62, san francisco. 61, half moon bay. warm up as much as 8-10 degrees on tuesday. wednesday, 80s. thursday the sea breeze returns. even with the cooler weather it's going to be nice right into next weekend. >> ama: thank you, lisa. >> colin rush is in for shu. really the cal ladies they should be proud of what they did. >> i think they are very prou
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out there, lots of 30s and it is producing a few snow showers up in the sierra nevada and it will clear out, sunny breezy and a little warmer 60s to near 70. >>> right now on the golden gate bridge, traffic looks good as you head down to the toll plaza with no major problems and also looking at the commute along the area that traffic is moving well, let's go back to the desk. >>> topping our news, our continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings in just 90 minutes from now the fbi will update the suspects from what bombing that the white house is calling a terrorist attack. alex savage is live in our newsroom, alex, what is the latest? >> reporter: well nobody in custody with connection with that attack, a short time from now we will hold that briefing and we expect to find out if federal investigators are zeroing in on anybody connected to the bombing yesterday. significant developments overnight, this is video taken over the area this morning and it shows law enforcement agents searching an apartment house near the waterfront in that city. you can see they are
. you have to live in nevada. a new poker web site launched today but only for residents of nevada. it's the first legal gambling site in the u.s. since 2011. that's when players who logged on saw this a message from the feds saying they shut the sites down. while this is just a nevada thing for now. some other struggling states are already trying to cash in as well. trace gallagher is in our west coast news hub. a lot of states, right? >> well, yeah. new jersey, nevada, and delaware already have online gaming laws on the book, shep. other states are already considering this. this ultimate poker site we're talking about that went online in nevada is the canary in the coal mine for the entire country. if it can prove to regulators and politicians that it is following the rules, in other words, the money is is safe, the players are at least 21 years old and playing in nevada, then you will see rapid expansion. two dozen other gambling sites are now set to go live. but the professional players we talked to say interstate gambling is where the real money is. listen. >> it's going to take l
relaunching in nevada today. how are the biggest casino companies planning to cash in? tilman fertitta, landry ceo and owner of the golden nugget franchise will joins us with his gameplan. he is always fun. more "money" coming up. ♪ we went out and asked people a simple question: how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ @ at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. melissa: u.s. oil bomb boom is roaring. u.s. crude output surpassed imports for the first time since 199. this caught many by surprise as it happened ten months earlier than the
is demanding answers from nevada, after a new report says nevada is dumping psychiatric patients in california to save money. ken is live from san francisco with how this all worked and how long it went on. >> reporter: the allegation is that a hospital in nevada, sanctioned by the state, would release psychiatric patients and send them out of state. 36 of them allegedly came here to san francisco. these people would have been all alone, nowhere to go. but nationwide, they had a lot of company. the allegation was made after a check of greyhound bus ticket receipts, part of a san francisco bee investigation, claiming that the hospital in las vegas sent 1500 patients packing to other states in the past five years. >> it's very, very disconcerting. not just as a government official but as a human being. >> reporter: san francisco city attorney dennis herrera, demanded, in this letter, that nevada health officials hand over records in response to the report. herrera says it appears the people who arrived in san francisco had no contacts here. >> it's very disconcerting when you think about these i
amendment remedies. in the midterm elections in 2010, nevada republicans nominated a woman named sharron angle to run for senate in nevada. sharron angle was going to try to unseat harry reid in nevada. she was antiestablishment, tea party endorsed, super, super conservative, and this race in nevada was supposed to be a cake walk. harry reid's numbers were really bad. everybody expected harry reid to lose his job. everybody knew that the 2010 election was going very republican overall and harry reid was seen as the most vulnerable senator on the democratic side. sharron angle could not lose this race. sharron angle lost that race, and pinpointing exactly where her platform went wrong and how her behavior as a candidate lost the election, frankly, it's impossible to pinpoint, even in retrospect, because the where did i go wrong possibilities are limitless possibilities. was it when sharron angle proposed the basis for u.s. currency should be metals and oils, was it her position of even having a department of education was a violence of constitution? it's hard to say, really. but this did
the description in nevada county that has it fully implemented. when you meet the people who work they are, they believe in the same things that mr. vega was mentioning, love kindness, i think that's why we all do this work but there are individuals like my mother, maybe like his son who need a little bit of extra help. i think that sometimes oftentimes clients see judges differently than they see their doctors. they are more line listening to judges than their doctors and than can be a very effective push into treatment, and that sometimes not pushing them in that way prevents them from getting into treatment in the beginning. what i found is that that is the first step to recovery. once they are in treatment, they continue to receive treatment voluntarily. but sometimes some individuals need a little bit of extra help. that's how i see -- actually one thing that, i think it's also important to distinguish between making diagnosis, i think the diagnosis of schizophrenia or bypass bipolar is very clearly state. the fact that one has an illness or not is not in the criteria. >> we have an
's occurred in southern nevada has been with colorado river water. without it, the west as you know it today couldn't exist. narrator: to sustain their growing community with its limited supply, las vegas learned to be extremely efficient. mulroy: this is a desert, and it has its own beauty, but you have to get beyond what you're used to. as long as people recognize they're moving to the desert and give up this notion that they have to bring eastern vegetation with them and make the necessary adaptations in their own life, desert communities can continue to live. man: the biggest water user in the desert is turf. turf uses a lot of irrigation and uses spray irrigation, so what we've done here is use artificial turf. you're never going to be able to achieve the look of back east or the look of, say, california, with subtropical plants, but our landscapes are still lush and use about 30% of what the subtropical landscape with turf would use. las vegas has adopted a drought tolerant ordinance. we're using less water today than we used five years ago, despite over 300,000 new residents. i think
strong thunderstorms up to the northern sierra nevada, near susanville, and very gusty winds, so a piece of this will be sliding south tonight and in advance, look at the winds. gusting to 21-miles-an-hour. sap -- san san jose, and fairfield, everybody feeling the breezy winds. here's a look from the roof camera. nice out there. temperatures will cool out our coast. 55 half hoop -- half moon bay. here's a look rat sutro. a little ominous there. upper 50s union city, 70 in los gatos. so well begin to scour out the clouds behind the cold front, but we will look for some very gusty winds tomorrow. and there's a wind advisory along the shoreline. chance of showers tonight and cloud up again. much warmer tuesday and wednesday, the winds will subside and go offshore so means very warm weather for the middle of the week. 47, palo alto, we have some sures on the coast. 46 in san rafael, 50 in richmond. some advisoryies, the west slope of the sierra nevada, one to three inches of snow tomorrow. wind gusts could be over 50 miles-per-hour, so if you're headed to or from the sierra, be advise for sl
weather advisory in the sierra nevada. so some pretty wild weather headed our way in advance of the cold front. right now the winds gusting up to 24-miles-an-hour at the airport. close to that up in santa rosa, where it's just 59 degrees. so with an increasing cloud cover and the winds, pretty nippy out there. some white caps on the bay for the next day or so, and wind gusts throughout the bay area, up to 20 miles-per-hour tonight. here's a look outside. you see getting cloudy here, temperatures in the mid-50s downtown so pretty cool out there, 61 in san jose, 55, half moon bay, and look at the cloud cover here from the sutro camera. nice shot. but temperatures are chilly. upper 50s, fairfield, 59 in livermore, 57, union city. so anywhere from two to seven degrees cooler at this hour than yesterday. that's because we have a vigorous cold front that will slide down into the sierra nevada tonight. that's going to bring out chance of showers, breezy winds and a wind advisory in the wake of the cold front for the coastal hills-east bay hills, san mateo coast and hills of the north bay as win
won a round in the battle over who should regulate the event the a committee of nevada legislature approved a bill to prevent the county from trying to hit it with new regulations. the burning man is held on land owned by the federal government but officials slapped organizers with a $1.50 fee to fay for law enforcement and is suing to overturn the fee which would cost $600,000. burningman is a festival that draws 50,000 people a year to the nevada deputy either. >> great excitement in the south bay by a colony of beavers in downtown san jose. it has been 150 years since beavers have been seen there. over the past two weeks, video cameras with night vision lenses have captured a mother and two yearlings feeding in the dark. a willow tree there, the trunk, was a sign they had settled. the board habitat is along the park trail and the guadalupe weather teaches schoolchildren about nature at this point. ducks and geese get along with plumes and the hope is that so, too, will the beavers. >> we hope we can co-exist and use them to illustrate how healthy our watershed is becoming and us
was a good 5, 10 degrees below average. still breezy, not as windy. a little system up in the sierra nevada. four inches at bridgeport, kirkwood had 6 inches. the system looks like it is almost out of the picture. look at the cloud cover here. where is it going? it's going offshore. there a sign a northeast wind is kicking in. why the difference? not much of a breeze. concord is 40. i saw some upper 30s towards walnut creek. and san jose is at 43. livermore was 41. san rafael, 44. and santa rosa, 44. chilly to cold here. kind of a breeze to -- a little bit more toward the valley. snipe, breezy, warmer. can't get rid of the wind quite yet. average high this year for san francisco, 62. temperatures -- well, really took a dip because the system came in. had two pieces to it. one in the morning, one in the afternoon. chilly in the morning. sunshine, breezy and warmer later today. 60s, mainly but high pressure definitely on its way. this might be the last system for quite a while. sunny, breezy. a cold morning but warm other the afternoon highs. we'll bump them up. we can't get rid of the breeze
they are together. the "silver state" is facing a rising unemployment rate. nevada now has the highest unemployment rate in the nation at 9.7%. nevada, california and mississippi had been tied at 9.6% in february. california and mississippi have now dropped to 9.4%. the country's lowest rate is in north dakota at 3.3%. the government is warning senior citizens to be cautious of investment scams. many seniors have their retirement savings parked in low-interest places such as treasury bonds, which are barely keeping up with the rate of inflation. the washington post reports con artists are using that to convince seniors their retirement money will run out because it's not growing fast enough. the paper cites an example in georgia were a man bamboozled $16 million out of seniors by promising high returns from investing in foreign currencies. anheuser busch inbev is closer to putting its $20-billion acquisition of grupo modelo "in the can." ab inbev worked out a deal with the government. anheuser can merge with grupo modelo, but modelo will have to sell its u.s. corona beer business to constellation b
answers from those in nevada. he says. a policy called - patient dumping - may be costing taxpayers here a lot of money. kron 4's j.r. stone has more. >> it is concerning. and i think deplorable. >> reporter: they are launching an investigation from the state of nevada as actions. call patient dumping. embossing the mentally ill out of state, the a greyhound. >> we need to report this over the last five years that 1500 individuals were discharged. with practically just a one-way bus ticket. >> reporter: one of the main destinations was san francisco. and the location is this facility and las vegas. with 1005 ordered people, they were sent to california. 36 came to san francisco. looking at this specifically so san francisco is protected. as a result of this we are reimbursed as we need to be. >> reporter: he has requested documents to help in his investigation. talking about patient dumping in the past. this seems to be different. >> this is concrete documentation. as to an estimate on what has? it is too early to tell what is costing the city. j.r. stone, kron 4 news. >> pam: kron 4 ne
que era una mochola y no tenía peligro. >> hay sospechas que nevada ha env iado a personas cob problemas mentales a diversas partes del país . >> san francisco es un destino. >> las investigación son serías, dicen que supuestamente a los pacientes les daban mpasajes de autobús pero sólo de ida . >> san francisco es un famoso destino turistico, pero al parecer también destino de personas con problemas mentales, pero no púque ellos lo quisieran. >> por eso la fidscal iniciko una investigación para saber si nevada ha enviadpo a personas con problemas a otros estados. >> es una cosa peligrosa para la comunidaad de san francisco . >> me preocupa para la gente. >> nevad acompraba pasajers pero soloo de ida, quedando sin comida, fondos y viviendas. >> muchos reaccionaban ante las aleg> a una persona que tiene problemas mentalesmandarlo a una ciudad que no conocen. >> más gente más locos. >> se declaró nosotros no ponemos personas en los autobúses., >> es un error de documentos, es de sistema, no es nuestra responsabilidad . >> al regresar... . >> le diremos qu
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